Webinar: Return to Work

New Strategies for Retaining Working Parents

Pregnant working professional

Employers are concerned about retaining working parents – and for good reason. Data shows that 59% of employees say they’re likely to switch to a more family-friendly employer once they have their first child. And in this tight talent market, your competitor could be the destination. Where to begin? The answer is to make parenting and a career possible. That starts with implementing specific practices and supports employees need to effectively leave, return, and grow in their careers. In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How working mothers – and fathers – are affected by today’s costliest retention problem
  • Which programs are rapidly gaining traction – and what explains their meteoric rise
  • The five key practices organizations need to effectively bring parents back after leave
  • Examples of how successful organizations have implemented return to work programs

About the Speakers

Theresa Hopke

As the CEO of Talking Talent, Inc., Teresa leads the US business and steers the company’s strategic direction. Deep expertise in the areas of Inclusion with Purpose, Women in Leadership, and Working Parent Support, allow Teresa and her team to unlock potential in people and organizations by helping create inclusive cultures that drive better business results.

Joanne Ollman

Joanne S. Ollman, Chief Professional Resources Officer at Proskauer, has more than 25 years of experience in the area of associate relations. She has overall responsibility for associate and staff hiring, professional development and training, evaluations, compensation, diversity, pro bono, and retention and morale. She also oversees the firm's paralegal program.